Avika Gor says “Pushpa, RRR, KGF have been overtaken because cinema has no barriers” | Exclusive
Avika Gor has worked in both Hindi and South Indian cinema. Speaking to IndiaToday.in, the actress said she believes cinema has no language barrier.
Avika Gor speaks out on the language debate
- It’s about expressing emotions and telling stories.
- Cinema is a global phenomenon.
- Pushpa, RRR and KGF have all been enthusiastic about the audience and that says it all.
Avika Gor started on Indian TV as a young Anandi and today has become a household name. After her stint in TV and short films, she even starred in South Indian films and received love from all sides. She joins the ongoing conversation about the language barrier that followed after a Twitter exchange between Ajay Devgn and Kiccha Sudeep. The two argued over Hindi language and South Indian language which also polarized the Twitterati.
CINEMA HAS NO LANGUAGE BARRIERS
While Siddharth previously exclusively told IndiaToday.in that the debate seemed reasoned and pointless, Avika told us exclusively that she believes cinema could never have a language barrier. She said: “The debate is just a debate. Cinema has no language barrier. It’s about expressing emotions and telling stories. I had the privilege of having worked in both industries. Both are good and are loved by the public now. Cinema is a global phenomenon. Pushpa, RRR and KGF have all been enthusiastic about the audience and that says it all.
Those who last, conquer.
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Avika has worked in many Telugu films including Cinema Choopistha Mava, Care of Footpath 2, Ekkadiki Pothavu Chinnavada, Raju Gari Gadhi 3 and Net.
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